Half: Georgia Rolling in Athens – Sports Illustrated

  • October 16, 2022

The Georgia Bulldogs and the Vanderbilt Commodores have gone to the half here at Sanford Stadium and we have all the sights and sounds from a dominant first half for the Bulldogs. 
Georgia has experienced three consecutive slow starts in the first half entering Saturday's matchup with the Vandebilt Commodores. A slot start against Kent State, Missouri, and Auburn left Georgia fans wanting more from this football team that seem so beyond dominant to start the football season. 
They returned to form to start the football game against Vanderbilt, not allowing the Commodores past midfield till midway through the second quarter. 
The Bulldogs are without starters Adonai Mitchell, Kendall Milton, and Jalen Carter, yet they've controlled the entirety of this football game to start. 
Kenny McIntosh had two touchdown sin the first half, joined by junior running back Daijun Edwards in the end zone as well. Stetson Bennett has over 200 yards passing in the first half alone as well. 
Georgia's defense has been all but perfect to start this football game as well, returning to the suffocating stature that's made them one of the nation's premier units under Kirby Smart. They kept Vanderbilt out of the end zone and scoreless in the first half. 
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